Hammett

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Origin: English

Meaning: It could be a diminutive of Hamo/Hamon (the Norman form of Germanic Haimo meaning home) coupled with the French diminutive -ette from French petite “small, little”, meaning “son of Hamo/Hamon”.

The prefix Ham could also be from Anglo-Saxon ham referring to the flat wetlands, referring to someone who lived by or near a low-lying meadow.

Variants: Hammet

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